Eight full buses of tourists are on a tour of tourist spots. Each bus holds 75 people including the driver and 2 tour guides. Two bus firm are equally responsible for supplying the buses for the tour. How many tourists is each bus firm carrying?

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  1. There are 72 TOURISTS on each bus. Multiply that by 8.

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